The Federal Trade Commission recently issued its final privacy report with recommendations for best privacy practices for companies to follow, and in it, the agency lauded the Web's Do Not Track technology. It's a feature that's been getting a lot of attention lately, especially from browser makers, and now AVG is jumping on the Do Not Track bandwagon by integrating the technology into its free and paid security suites.

Introduced through a security update, AVG 2012 now includes a Do Not Trace feature that informs users about the data being collected by various websites and gives them the option of not being tracked.
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Maximum PC | AVG Adds Do Not Track Feature to Free and Paid Antivirus Software